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Kabrinskiy Eduard - Azure devops badges - Эдуард Кабринский


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<h1>VSTS badge instructions no longer work for Azure DevOps #2082</h1>
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<h3>MichaelMauderer </strong> commented Sep 15, 2018 </h3>
<p>When trying to create a badge for Azure DevOps I was trying to follow the instructions for VSTS, but it seems that the ULR scheme has changed and the project ID and is no longer exposed (or a different name-based identifier is used instead).</p>
<p>Example for the current badge url scheme:</p>
<h3>chris48s </strong> commented Sep 16, 2018 </h3>
<p>Thanks for raising this. I've never used Visual Studio Team Services, so this is a bit hard for me to debug/advise. Working backwards from our example, it does seem to be valid to call a URL like:</p>
<p>@Thilas - you've recently made a useful contribution to the Visual Studio integrations which uses a similar URL pattern to extract data from visualstudio.com . Are you able to provide advice on how to find the correct 'project id' and 'build definition id' to make this badge?</p>
<h3>Thilas </strong> commented Sep 16, 2018 ?</h3>
<p>To my understanding, the project guid is expected instead of its name when getting a badge from the "public" API (i.e. that does not require any authentication).</p>
<p>@MichaelMauderer, the url you mentioned is using the "private" API therefore accept the project name. But for the shield.io badge, you have to find the guid of your project which is the only one accepted here. You can get it using VSTS api from a browser where you already are authenticated:</p>
<p>Look at the id property returned.</p>
<p><ul>
<li>"colour-science" = team name</li>
<li>"Colour" = project name</li>
<li>"colour-science.colour" = build name, useless here</li>
</ul>
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<h3>MichaelMauderer </strong> commented Sep 16, 2018 </h3>
<p>Ah yes, that api call showed the correct id/giud. Thanks!</p>
<h3>chris48s </strong> commented Sep 18, 2018 </h3>
<p>Thanks for helping out here @Thilas ??</p>
<p>Do you think we need to change the documentation?</p>
<p>This is the current help we provide:</p>
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<table data-tab-size="8" data-paste-markdown-skip=""> <tbody> <tr > <td >const visualStudioTeamServicesBuildDoc = `</td> </tr> <tr >
</tr> <tr > <td >To obtain your own badge, you will first need to enable badges for your</td> </tr> <tr > <td >project:</td> </tr> <tr >
</tr> <tr > <td >src="https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/6189336/11894616/be744ab4-a578-11e5-9e44-0c32a7836b3b.png"</td> </tr> <tr > <td >alt="Go to your builds, click General, then check Badge enabled." /></td> </tr> <tr >
</tr> <tr > <td >Then, click ?Show url?? to reveal the URL of the default badge. In that URL,</td> </tr> <tr > <td >you will need to extract three pieces of information: TEAM_NAME ,</td> </tr> <tr > <td >PROJECT_ID and BUILD_DEFINITION_ID .</td> </tr> <tr >
</tr> <tr > <td >src="https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/6189336/11629345/f4eb0d78-9cf7-11e5-8d83-ca9fd895fcea.png"</td> </tr> <tr > <td >alt="TEAM_NAME is just after the https:// part, PROJECT_ID is after definitions/, BUILD_DEFINITION_ID is after that."></td> </tr> <tr >
</tr> <tr > <td >Your badge will then have the form</td> </tr> <tr > <td >https://img.shields.io/vso/build/TEAM_NAME/PROJECT_ID/BUILD_DEFINITION_ID .</td> </tr> <tr >
</tr> <tr > <td >Optionally, you can specify a named branch</td> </tr> <tr > <td >https://img.shields.io/vso/build/TEAM_NAME/PROJECT_ID/BUILD_DEFINITION_ID/NAMED_BRANCH .</td> </tr> <tr >
<h3>Thilas </strong> commented Sep 24, 2018 </h3>
<p>@chris48s, I'll try to find some time for this. There's one thing I'm not comfortable with though, it's that for now I don't fully understand what inputs are expected by VSTS API: it's like there was multiple behaviors in VSTS depending on how old are your build/release definitions. So I have to figure this out first.</p>
<h3>calebcartwright </strong> commented Oct 12, 2018 ?</h3>
<p>Probably also worth nothing that as part of the rebrand to Azure DevOps that there is a new URL used to access (https://dev.azure.com/account-name/project-name/?)</p>
<p>Folks that had VSTS prior to the re-brand can still choose to use the old url format (for the foreseeable future) or they can switch to the new one (which will support redirects from the old url to the new for the forseeable future). However, net-new accounts that are created will all be using the new url, details can be found here</p>
<p>I <em>believe</em> with these new APIs you have the option to use the project name (instead of GUID) as well as the definition name/path (instead of the definition Id).</p>
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